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Political Violence (SAGE Library of International Relations)

Editat de Erica Chenoweth
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Although international relations as a field focuses largely on war and peace between nation-states, the vast majority of conflicts have been within countries rather than between them. This is particularly true today, with scarcely any ongoing interstate wars raging between countries, but dozens of armed civil conflicts occurring within them. This new four-volume major work surveys competing theories about the causes, character, and conclusion of substate political violence, and explores how states, non-state actors, and the international community attempt to resolve political violence. This new four-volume collection combines theories from international relations and comparative politics with empirical studies of recent and ongoing conflicts.
Volume One: Concepts and Theories of Political Violence
Volume Two: Causes of Political Violence
Volume Three: Dynamics of Political Violence
Volume Four: Responses and Alternatives to Political Violence
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Specificații

ISBN-13: 9781446274071
ISBN-10: 1446274071
Pagini: 1464
Dimensiuni: 156 x 234 x 117 mm
Greutate: 0.00 kg
Ediția: Four-Volume Set
Editura: SAGE Publications
Colecția Sage Publications Ltd
Seria SAGE Library of International Relations

Locul publicării: London, United Kingdom

Cuprins

VOLUME ONE: CONCEPTS AND THEORIES OF POLITICAL VIOLENCE
The Melian Dialogue from History of the Peloponnesian Wars - Thucydides
War Is an Instrument of Policy and Arming the Nation, from On War - Carl von Clausewitz
The Renaissance of Security Studies - Stephen Walt
Human Security - Roland Paris
Paradigm Shift or Hot Air?
War-Making and State-Making as Organized Crime - Charles Tilly
Transnational Dimensions of Civil War - Kristian Gleditsch
The Diffusion of Revolution - Kurt Weyland
'1848' in Europe and Latin America
Silver or Lead - William Finnegan
The Drug Cartel La Familia Gives Local Officials a Choice: Take a Bribe or a Bullet
What Is Civil War? Conceptual and Empirical Complexities of an Operational Definition - Nicholas Sambanis
'New' and 'Old' Civil Wars - Stathis Kalyvas
A Valid Distinction?
States, Insurgents and Wartime Political Orders - Paul Staniland
Hobbes and the Congo - Severine Autesserre
Frames, Local Violence and International Intervention
The Core Commitments of Critical Terrorism Studies - Richard Jackson
The Case for Calling Them Nitwits - Daniel Byman and Christine Fair
Non-State Actors and the Diffusion of Innovations - Michael Horowitz
The Case of Suicide Terrorism
Looking for Waves of Terrorism - Karen Rasler and William Thompson
VOLUME TWO: CAUSES OF POLITICAL VIOLENCE
Final Solutions - Benjamin Valentino
The Causes of Mass Killing and Genocide
Violence against Civilians in War - Kristine Eck and Lisa Hultman
Insights from New Fatality Data
Ethnicity, Insurgency and Civil War - James Fearon and David Laitin
Greed, Grievance and Mobilization in Civil Wars - Patrick Regan and Daniel Norton
The Security Dilemma and Ethnic Conflict - Barry Posen
Symbolic Politics or Rational Choice? Testing Theories of Extreme Ethnic Violence - Stuart Kaufman
Horizontal Inequalities and Ethno-Nationalist Civil War - Lars-Erik Cederman, Nils B. Weidmann and Kristian Skrede Gledistch
A Global Comparison
Ideology in Context - James Ron
Explaining Sendero Luminoso's Tactical Escalation
Spoiling inside and out - Wendy Pearlman
Internal Political Contestation and the Middle East Peace Process
Following the money: Muslim versus Muslim in Bosnia’s civil war - Fotini Christia
Does Conflict Beget Conflict? Explaining Recurring Civil War - Barbara Walter
The Causes of Terrorism - Martha Crenshaw
The Structural Causes of Oppositional Political Terrorism - Jeffrey Ian Ross
Towards a Causal Model
VOLUME THREE: DYNAMICS OF POLITICAL VIOLENCE
Wanton and Senseless? The Logic of Massacres in Algeria - Stathis Kalyvas
Moral Disengagement in the Perpetration of Inhumanities - Albert Bandura
The Dynamic Relationship between Protest and Repression - Sabine Carey
Between a Rock and a Hard Place - Paul Staniland
Insurgent Fratricide, Ethnic Defection and the Rise of Pro-State Paramilitaries
Transnational Rebels - Idean Saleyhan
Neighboring States as Sanctuary for Rebel Groups
Variation in Sexual Violence during War - Elisabeth Jean Wood
Strategic Engineered Migration as a Weapon of War - Kelly Greenhill
Strategies of Terrorism - Barbara Walter and Andrew Kydd
The political effectiveness of terrorism revisited - Max Abrahms
Palestinian Suicide Bombing - Mia Bloom
Public Support, Market Share and Outbidding
Why do some civil wars last so much longer than others? - James Fearon
Rage against the Machines - Jason Lyall and Isaiah Wilson III
Explaining Outcomes in Counter-Insurgency Wars
VOLUME FOUR: RESPONSES AND ALTERNATIVES TO POLITICAL VIOLENCE
Give War a Chance - Edward Luttwak
Ending Civil Wars - Monica Duffy Toft
A Case for Rebel Victory?
Does Indiscriminate Violence Incite Insurgent Attacks? Evidence from Chechnya - Jason Lyall
The Dynamics of Violence in Vietnam: - Matthew Adam Kocher and Stathis Kalyvas
An Analysis of the Hamlet Evaluation System (HES)
Spoiler Problems in Peace Processes - Stephen Stedman
Escaping the symbolic politics trap: Reconciliation initiatives and conflict resolution in ethnic wars - Stuart Kaufman
International Peace-Building - Michael Doyle and Nicholas Sambanis
A Theoretical and Quantitative Analysis
When Duty Calls - Robert Pape
A Pragmatic Standard of Humanitarian Intervention
Stabilizing the Peace after Civil War - Caroline Hartzell, Matthew Hoddie and Donald Rothchild
An Investigation of Some Key Variables
Why Respecting Physical Integrity Rights Reduces Terrorism - James Walsh and James Piazza
Negotiating with Terrorists - Peter Neumann
Why Civil Resistance Works - Maria Stephan and Erica Chenoweth
The Strategic Logic of Non-Violent Conflict